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 Sara deBeer gives us: Shivers Up Your Spine - Folktales and legends that have haunted generations of listeners, from cultures around the world.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Sara DeBeer Sara deBeer spent the summer of 1980 studying storytelling traditions along the west coast of Ireland recording oral narratives, and asking about memories of listening to stories. Sara presents programs which celebrate Irish wit, wisdom, mystery, and magic in a format which brings delight to all.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Sara DeBeer performs, “Tales of Women, Wise and Wondrous”. Stories that speak of the potential of women that we don't often see highlighted in traditional tales: their courage, intelligence, wit. Sara selects these stories from her repertoire of international folktales featuring clever and resourceful women.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

 Sara deBeer The Voices of Women: Folktales of Women Heard and Unheard. In 1978, Sara was telling stories to kids in city parks and housing projects. By 1980, she was wandering along the West Coast of Ireland, eagerly listening to traditional tellers.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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 Sara deBeer Program Change. Sara's new show “Disquieting Stories for Bold Listeners” - folktales from many cultures that are never for children and only to some adults, stories that say people are rarely to be trusted and some whom you love most might be most dangerous.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
 Sara DeBeer went from working for a library outreach program, telling stories to kids in city parks and housing projects, to a fellowship from Yale that let her wander the west coast of Ireland, listening to traditional tellers. Her great love remains telling traditional tales from cultures around the World.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

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